The good news for investors over the last year is that absolute returns have been positive, but the bad news is that valuations have been pushed up as fundamentals have moved in the opposite direction. The question now is: how does this divergence get resolved in 2020 given that central banks have delivered?
Conventional wisdom suggests that US recessions usually follow an inverted yield curve. Given that the US yield curve has once again inverted, should we assume that a recession is on its way?
Backdrop – investing in volatile times
PIMCO believes that negative rates policy does not have much further room to run. In this article, we discuss the implications for investors.
What to expect, how to prepare and create opportunities out of the inevitable challenges ahead.
Martin Foden, Head of Credit Research at Royal London Asset Management, explains how ESG and credit analysis must be integrated to achieve superior investment returns.
Looking to the year ahead, Fidelity Asia Fund portfolio manager, Teera Chanpongsang believes investors face a new set of norms given a meaningful shift in the Sino-US dynamics and its impact on global growth. Encouragingly, however, Teera explains that...
In an increasingly complex world, understanding the connections between people and ideas is crucial. AIQ looks at how organisations can put connected thinking into practice.
Janus Henderson explain how they apply a low volatility, absolute return mindset to fixed income investing
Marte Borhaug explores the ethical dilemmas and unintended consequences that can result from trying to do the right thing.
At Carmignac, we strive to find attractive long-term investment opportunities and deliver them to our investors; and we believe that it takes more than just financials to meet this objective. For us, socially responsible investing (SRI) is ingrained in...
Victoria Hasler, Director, Research and Consulting, Square Mile Investment Consulting and Research, explains how ESG investing has evolved to become a central part of investment portfolios
Advisers and investors may ask themselves whether there are good reasons to consider Europe for investing. Carmignac’s Head of European Equities and Fund Manager Mark Denham argues that if you know where to look, there is much to be optimistic about....
The worst drawdowns typically happen in recessions. However, investors have experienced even worse drawdowns in this bull market than previous ones. We believe a changing market structure could be the culprit.
With 25 years’ experience dedicated to European stocks, Carmignac’s Head of European Equities Mark Denham has the expertise to pick out the companies with true long-term promise in Europe, avoiding those that don’t offer long-term reward for investors...